I am not a dancer. I know that this is shocking information, especially since once you see me in all my five foot, clumsy glory, you will wonder what in the world has prevented me from dominating the dance floor. But even with this handicap,
My husband and I went to Costco, a place where it is truly best if we stay together. Unfortunately, I was immediately distracted by this. Two televisions playing both Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back simultaneously? There is no way I could resist watching them. They
This is an article I wrote after comic con for another site, but thought that I would share it here as well since it involves me asking recent Emmy winner Jim Parsons, from “The Big Bang Theory” about two topics close to my heart, theatre
Not long ago I was in Portland, Oregon for a family wedding. I don’t know about you, but sometimes, while I find family wonderful, I want to be off on my own and away from good meaning, if sometimes overly protective eyes. On this trip
Adventures and escapades come in all shapes and sizes, and this one is no different. Did you know that October is Adopt a Shelter Dog month? While this may not seem overly adventurous, but I promise you, the addition of any animal into your life is
New Rule: Beware traveling with Miss Bibliophile Girl! You may have read our account of the Taxi ride from Hell (click here if you haven’t..I’ll wait) We got on a shuttle bus with her back to her hotel during Comic Con and at it seemed
I love Comic Con. What other time can you see people dressed as superheroes mingle with movie stars and it’s encouraged? It’s a place where you can see any interaction if you just look around. Which is how I came to witness this really awkwardone…..
I have been away for a while, I know…. This week I have been super busy working Comic –Con. Comic – Con?, you ask. Why am I there? How could I possibly connect theatre and comics? These are usually the questions that the other reporters